Sean Thompson Berkeley, CA
Aspiring minimalist, designer at Twitter.More
Reader Hey all, I wanted an excuse tonight to play with some type, so I made a quick reader UI concept. Check out the full-size dark-mode version too. I...
Capsule My friend and I are just playing with some side-project ideas after work. This one’s a trip reservation product for super secret/special destinati...
Landing page update Hey all! I made some updates to my landing page. The typeface is Soleil, which I chose after discovering it on Typewolf. cyanhex.co Let me know ...
Twitter Redesign: Navigation Drawer Hey all! As part of the recent Twitter design refresh, we updated our navigation to include a navigation drawer for accessing your profile, settin...
Twitter Redesign: Immersive Media Hey all, As part of the Twitter redesign project, we thought about ways to incorporate more color into Twitter, without distracting from content. ...
Twitter Redesign: Simplified Timeline Hey all! I wanted to share more from our recent redesign of Twitter. This shot highlights changes related to the structure of a Tweet and the Hom...
Twitter Redesign: Bold Headlines As part of our recent redesign project, we made headlines throughout Twitter heavier in weight, to help people better navigate, and to make Twitter...
Music player More rebound practice. This time it’s a quick idea for a music player that dynamically generates a unique color/pattern combination to represent a...
CC Payment Had some fun using GT Pressura and GT Pressura Mono from Grilli Type. I could not settle on a color palette heh https://goo.gl/OoSYwu :( Any feed...
Dial pad Just some more quick rebound practice :) The type is a combination of Whitney Numeric and Whitney Small Caps. Please let me know what you think!
Login form Another quick rebound for some after-work practice :) The typefaces I used were Calluna and Calluna Sans on a 20pt baseline grid. Please let me k...
Minimal product card I decided to do start doing some rebounds for practice. Typefaces: Verlag Condensed, Verlag, and Miller. Any feedback re: application of color, t...
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